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typical Aorus design, yeah looks nice untill u see the same kinda Aorus effort all over that range, i would suggest save cash n get a super 2070 if nvd is "your way"..... or pay that little extra n get a "super 2080"..... 2080 prices aint worth it at where they are at.
Would you not be better off with a 1080ti than this iteration of the 2080? Or as OP says, an RTX2070?
it's not a great price for this graphics card.

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sarden8417/03/2020 16:34

typical Aorus design, yeah looks nice untill u see the same kinda Aorus …typical Aorus design, yeah looks nice untill u see the same kinda Aorus effort all over that range, i would suggest save cash n get a super 2070 if nvd is "your way"..... or pay that little extra n get a "super 2080"..... 2080 prices aint worth it at where they are at.



I've had an AORUS card of 2080Super for brief moment, fantastic looking, loud hot garbage.
Gaming X Trio better in every aspect. Literally.
Only paid £10 more for a Gigabyte 2080 Super a few months ago from scan.
I'd definitely avoid the 2080 and go for a 2070S or 2080S depending upon budgets.

Alternatively the 5700XT if you want AMD
Edited by: "COYS61" 17th Mar
As many have mentioned this is getting into 2080 super price range....would go for that or save some and get a 2070S
COYS6117/03/2020 20:18

I'd definitely avoid the 2080 and go for a 2070S or 2080S depending upon …I'd definitely avoid the 2080 and go for a 2070S or 2080S depending upon budgets.Alternatively the 5700XT if you want AMD


You are wrong about 2080 super, not worth that money, look spec 2080 and 2080 super they are so close each others it's waste of money,.

2080 or if you have spare cash go for 2080ti
Waow! 3x DP, 3x HDMI, and a Type C ports! Can these all be use at the same time or is the 4x displays is still the limit of single GPUs?
Edited by: "trueno2k" 18th Mar
Hi, I posted the deal. I really though £599 for a rtx 2080 was a good price. Sorry about that
aidan.conway17/03/2020 17:12

Would you not be better off with a 1080ti than this iteration of the 2080? …Would you not be better off with a 1080ti than this iteration of the 2080? Or as OP says, an RTX2070?


Because 1080Ti is dead. An overclocked RTX 2070 delivers same performance.
Edited by: "Kosmonaut" 18th Mar
Kosmonaut18/03/2020 16:37

Because 1080Ti is dead. An overclocked RTX 2070 delivers same performance.


For how much more money?
Kosmonaut18/03/2020 20:47

Same money



Really? Where are you able to pick these deals up? You should post them here for us all to see?
RTX2070 v GTX 1080ti is still circa +25% in favour of the 1080ti. You'll get a 1080ti for between £350 and £400 tops minter. 2070s are same sort of money. I see amazon has a £356 RTX2070 this morning, but generally they are more expensive than this?
Or Go up to RTC2070S (Super) where the 1080ti is still +18-20% Supers are all in the region of £500+ ish?
I am having GREAT difficulty in understanding your point or statement? Or maybe I am being a bit thick?

For others, here's Amazon's Deal for a RTX2070 (non Super) as of this morning. Low Stock, but might help someone out? Limited Connections, but seems about the right money?

amazon.co.uk/Pal…1-4

So moral of the story is the cheapest RTX2070 in the Country V a fair 1080ti price gives the 1080ti +25% performance.
A regular priced RTX 2070 or more expensive by a lot of money RTX 2070 Super still has less performance by near 20% of +30% money? No comparison New V Refurb etc etc, I understand that argument, and you would need a Warranty at these prices, but performance-wise, the facts speak for themselves. Don't shoot the messenger!! Overclocking? The 1080ti accepts a decent overclock too, so apples with apples...
Edited by: "aidan.conway" 19th Mar
aidan.conway19/03/2020 07:00

Really? Where are you able to pick these deals up? You should post them …Really? Where are you able to pick these deals up? You should post them here for us all to see?RTX2070 v GTX 1080ti is still circa +25% in favour of the 1080ti. You'll get a 1080ti for between £350 and £400 tops minter. 2070s are same sort of money. I see amazon has a £356 RTX2070 this morning, but generally they are more expensive than this?Or Go up to RTC2070S (Super) where the 1080ti is still +18-20% Supers are all in the region of £500+ ish?I am having GREAT difficulty in understanding your point or statement? Or maybe I am being a bit thick?For others, here's Amazon's Deal for a RTX2070 (non Super) as of this morning. Low Stock, but might help someone out? Limited Connections, but seems about the right money?https://www.amazon.co.uk/Palit-RTX2070-Dual-Graphics-Card/dp/B081DGCP5P/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&keywords=rtx+2070&qid=1584600330&s=computers&sr=1-4So moral of the story is the cheapest RTX2070 in the Country V a fair 1080ti price gives the 1080ti +25% performance.A regular priced RTX 2070 or more expensive by a lot of money RTX 2070 Super still has less performance by near 20% of +30% money? No comparison New V Refurb etc etc, I understand that argument, and you would need a Warranty at these prices, but performance-wise, the facts speak for themselves. Don't shoot the messenger!! Overclocking? The 1080ti accepts a decent overclock too, so apples with apples...


You are delusional. RTX 2070 Super is roughly equal to GTX 1080 Ti. Depending on which game, in some less, in some more.
You might want to make your 1080ti look better, but there is no point to buy it now.
Kosmonaut19/03/2020 07:08

You are delusional. RTX 2070 Super is roughly equal to GTX 1080 Ti. …You are delusional. RTX 2070 Super is roughly equal to GTX 1080 Ti. Depending on which game, in some less, in some more. You might want to make your 1080ti look better, but there is no point to buy it now.



Mate, you have done the same thing in the 5700XT post. My 2070 is the best and I will not admit anything different?
Unlike you, I assume, I build systems for a living. I HAVE stock of 2660s, 2060s, 2070s, 2080s along with some AMDs, but I won't sell the 5700XTs, although this is probably unfair since the latest drivers as everyone is reporting good things. I DO run benchmarks, as I have to offer impartial advice and to remain competitive, I have to be able to offer value for money. Fair enough, I don't generally buy from the usual retails outlets, but sometimes I do, I have to keep an eye everyday on pricing. The point being, however, I see the results in REAL LIFE. You, on the other hand have one card and proclaim to the world that it is this an that. This is a) not true and b) defeats the purpose of this otherwise excellent portal.

This is here to provide the general public with good, sound advice, as many and most on here do. I am sure folks do not want to see your smart arse comments regards to your card? You don't have any experience in the performance of ANY of these other cards, as borne out by your comments?

If your comments read ' I have X card and this is my experience, but I have heard form a friend who has a Y', then that would at least be useful, but please don't plaster every post with nonsense about your Super duper Turbo Deluxe, better than every other 2070 ever made card. It is at best unhelpful and at worst misleading. This is why they are discounted products. Nothing wrong with them per-se, but they DO NOT represent the best value by a long shot. 25% is HUGE in GPU terms, especially over the last 3 or 4 years and for the general member of the public they should be at least offered impartial and genuine guidance. There is no benefit to myself and others similar to me offering advice. I don't even game. I am purely reporting my findings in the day to day life of a system builder and support guy, who tries to get the best for my customers. Sarden is the same, he spends his time trying to HELP folks out, not for profit, but to help the Community. I don't post links to my PCs either. We give this impartial advice to HELP. It gets tiresome when a single individual rapes every thread with the same untruths and unfounded claims? We all have access to YouTube, you know? Sit on your hands for ten minutes and have a think about this? If you were genuinely in the market for a GPU today, you would be looking for this advice, not the ravings of someone who had already spent all of their hard earned cash and were looking for a means to justify it? Perhaps, yes, I did buy a 2070. The ray tracing is a waste of time as frames are terrible. It isn't worth the money at the minute for this element, etc, etc'. All FAR more useful and helpful to the Community.
aidan.conway19/03/2020 07:49

Mate, you have done the same thing in the 5700XT post. My 2070 is the best …Mate, you have done the same thing in the 5700XT post. My 2070 is the best and I will not admit anything different?Unlike you, I assume, I build systems for a living. I HAVE stock of 2660s, 2060s, 2070s, 2080s along with some AMDs, but I won't sell the 5700XTs, although this is probably unfair since the latest drivers as everyone is reporting good things. I DO run benchmarks, as I have to offer impartial advice and to remain competitive, I have to be able to offer value for money. Fair enough, I don't generally buy from the usual retails outlets, but sometimes I do, I have to keep an eye everyday on pricing. The point being, however, I see the results in REAL LIFE. You, on the other hand have one card and proclaim to the world that it is this an that. This is a) not true and b) defeats the purpose of this otherwise excellent portal.This is here to provide the general public with good, sound advice, as many and most on here do. I am sure folks do not want to see your smart arse comments regards to your card? You don't have any experience in the performance of ANY of these other cards, as borne out by your comments?If your comments read ' I have X card and this is my experience, but I have heard form a friend who has a Y', then that would at least be useful, but please don't plaster every post with nonsense about your Super duper Turbo Deluxe, better than every other 2070 ever made card. It is at best unhelpful and at worst misleading. This is why they are discounted products. Nothing wrong with them per-se, but they DO NOT represent the best value by a long shot. 25% is HUGE in GPU terms, especially over the last 3 or 4 years and for the general member of the public they should be at least offered impartial and genuine guidance. There is no benefit to myself and others similar to me offering advice. I don't even game. I am purely reporting my findings in the day to day life of a system builder and support guy, who tries to get the best for my customers. Sarden is the same, he spends his time trying to HELP folks out, not for profit, but to help the Community. I don't post links to my PCs either. We give this impartial advice to HELP. It gets tiresome when a single individual rapes every thread with the same untruths and unfounded claims? We all have access to YouTube, you know? Sit on your hands for ten minutes and have a think about this? If you were genuinely in the market for a GPU today, you would be looking for this advice, not the ravings of someone who had already spent all of their hard earned cash and were looking for a means to justify it? Perhaps, yes, I did buy a 2070. The ray tracing is a waste of time as frames are terrible. It isn't worth the money at the minute for this element, etc, etc'. All FAR more useful and helpful to the Community.


I would be ashamed to admit I build computers, if I was you. You are out out of date about tech market in general.

Not only that I DO BUILD computers as well, as a side income, I also had 1080ti and currently have 2070 in my PC.
I have also just checked, and the cheapest non-blower 1080Ti on ebay, USED, is £420 (except a bad feedback seller).
I can buy a new RTX 2070 Super with that amount.

Take a look at these benchmarks, from the benchmark king, Hardware Unboxed:

40136702-XtUF8.jpg
Go ahead and buy a 4 years old, USED gpu, when you can buy same performance for same money, and have Ray Tracing and DLSS on top of that.
Edited by: "Kosmonaut" 19th Mar
Kosmonaut19/03/2020 08:32

I would be ashamed to admit I build computers, if I was you. You are out …I would be ashamed to admit I build computers, if I was you. You are out out of date about tech market in general.Not only that I DO BUILD computers as well, as a side income, I also had 1080ti and currently have 2070 in my PC.I have also just checked, and the cheapest non-blower 1080Ti on ebay, USED, is £420 (except a bad feedback seller).I can buy a new RTX 2070 Super with that amount.Take a look at these benchmarks, from the benchmark king, Hardware Unboxed:[Image] Go ahead and buy a 4 years old, USED gpu, when you can buy same performance for same money, and have Ray Tracing and DLSS on top of that.



You should be in a position to post your own results then? This rig will be runnig an i9 ro so at 5Ghz, beyond most peoples' means, as is usual for 'The King???' And If I am not missing something, it is still 3% on average faster? You didn't post the 1080p results either? I bought 3 x 1080ti's for £360 each in the last couple of weeks. There are some there for a touch over £400 at the minute and with a 5% discount also. Point being they ARE there. I am not advocating that anyone goes out and buys a 2nd hand card. That was not ever the argument, as I clearly stated. There is HUGE value in Warranty. The fact still remains that you are operating from a 2070. End of argument. You are not in a position to compare a 2070 to ANYTHING, as this is the only card you have. If I am wrong, please post us some results from your bench? It shouldn't take only a minute or two. Plus what CPU are you using. And out of reach 5Ghz Intel, or a middle of the road 3600ish one where the GPU results will differ immensely? Take the criticism please and do the public a favour? 2070s are available today on CCL and Amazon for everyone to buy at £356.00 At this price, they are great value. At over £400 they are not. Worse still, team red are knocking out the 5700XTs today for £299. Even better value! Don't even start the drivers one, as this is becoming tiresome too. We shall let folks go to the 5700XT post and see if there's any comments relating to 2070's on there too, shall we? Point still remains as earlier I am afraid. Stay off the internet. These videos are sponsored, you must be aware of this, surely? Game choice etc is used to produce results are needed by the sponsor. Have a look at the games list. Do you play ANY of these titles? To finish, I am NOT implying anyone should buy a 2nd hand card over a new one. That is madness. The point here is performance and comparison. In real life a 1080ti still outperforms a 2070 non-super by 25% or more. AS ACOMPARISON. It also outperforms a 2070 Super. AS A COMPARISON. Get over it. The 2070 is a good card, but by no means the best value. It doesn't have to be as AMD have been lame recently with drivers. But as reported over the last month or so with 2020 releases, they are much better. I cannot comment form a personal point of view, as I don't use them, as they are risky for customers. But these too represent miles better value frame for frame than any iteration of 2070 or 2080 on the market. if it helps, your RTX2070 is great. In fact, it is probably Super!! ;-p
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